In what some would call a wily veteran move, Charlie Crist has publicly offered to meet with the ten Florida environmental scientists who asked Gov. Rick Scott to meet to discuss climate change. And now that Crist has come out and said he'll meet with the scientists, Scott has also come out and sai ... More >>
Another decade, another trade pact, another round of protest. Ten years since anti-globalization demonstrations at the FTAA in Miami broke down into a full-scale police riot, veterans of that battle and new adherents to their cause are gathering throughout South Florida to mark the date and raise th ... More >>
votebenpreston.comBen PrestonBen Preston, the first African-American firefighter in Deerfield Beach's history, has been chosen by voters through a special election as the city's newest commissioner.According to unofficial results from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections, Preston has defeat ... More >>
The recent headlines in the Herald and Sun-Sentinel had a shocking quality: "Photo Said to Show Adam Walsh's Face 'Etched in His Own Blood.'" Adam We all know Adam Walsh's face. When Adam was abducted from a Hollywood mall in 1981, it shook South Florida. When p ... More >>
Sixteen lawyers have applied for the job of being the next U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, responsible for prosecuting all federal crimes from Palm Beach County south. Here's the list, which was released this morning by the Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Commission:David M. ... More >>
Ian Richards bucked the ol' boys and ousted the incumbent judge
Be all that you can be — in war games with almost-real assault weapons
Sad stories and otherwise freaky tales from Florida's last sexual surrogate
Broward Judge Gardiner's alleged relationships with defense lawyers and prosecutors raises troubling questions
In Guillermo Trujillo's paintings, there's magic at work, merging the land and the people who inhabit it
The Christian right tries to muscle a Pompano Beach Islamic congregation.
Broward Community College is a public school, but its religion professors consider it a private reserve
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With a minimum of ego, radio jock Winston Barnes helps keep the Pan-Caribbean community on course
As LSD does a slow fade, a Fort Lauderdale researcher keeps the science trip going
He plays small-town, big-time football. But is that enough?
Sóniko has a furry little secret
Impeach the president? Yes. A well-documented case ties him to Abu Ghraib.
Sgt. Cabadiana was the poster child for the Bush military. Then they took his wife away.
Davie's Richard Grayson has built a political career of joke campaigns
As the number of cesarean section deliveries in South Florida soars, some women use midwives to learn to trust their bodies and give birth naturally
Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?
A Broward dentist saved hundreds of rabbits and became a national celebrity. Why do so many people fear him?
Does it matter to blacks which wealthy, middle-aged white guy is Florida's next governor?
Allen Reesor's friends-and-family program has other homeless-services professionals crying foul
Kara Lucas and A.J. Templeton jab, hook, and hit the books
The Broward Times delivers unconventional, often shrill journalism to an unsuspecting town
After seven years of planning and mucho spending, the Belle Glade Business Park still has nary a tenant
For members of Soka Gakkai, the path to enlightenment (and maybe a new car) is through chanting
A Pompano company strikes marketing gold by screwing a lawyer on video
In barely two seasons, the management has run the Miami Fusion into the ground. The fans are not pleased.